Anti Feminist Movement Fueled By Egotistical American Senators

The growing anti feminist movement in America has been partly fueled by the country's egotistical female politicians. Diane Sawyer of ABCNews recently interviewed American female senators. These politicians displayed their arrogance by preaching about their superiority over men.

Senator Diane Feinstein, California, said "We're less on testosterone,"  "We don't have that need to always be confrontational. And I think we're problem solvers, and I think that's what this country needs." Sen. Lisa Murkowski, of Alaska, added "Maybe it is the testosterone that you speak to, Dianne, or the ego that is attached there". 

These narrow minded female chauvinist jackasses (the more common name is feminist) are claiming superiority yet they have the gall to assert men have ego problems. These female chauvinist need to look in the mirror. Claiming superiority because of a hormone clearly demonstrates that it is Feinstein & Murkowski, who have the ego problem. These women are not the gods they claim to be. Feinstein & Murkowski are supposed to represent the men of their states yet they claim they are superior to these men. This is why the anti feminist movement is growing in the United States.

Sen. Susan Collins of Maine, said. "What I find is with all due deference to our male colleagues, that women's styles tend to be more collaborative."  Sen. Claire McCaskill, Missouri, said by nature women are "less confrontational."  Sen. Mazie Hirono, Hawaii, says that women are "problem solvers."

Their promotion of female superiority is typical of an arrogant feminist mentality. If women are so collaborative then how come it is female politicians that resist all attempts to help men's education? Why do they refuse to assist male victims of domestic violence? Why do they fight to maintain America's anti male divorce laws?

Sawyer stated female Senators "believe having more women in the room would help in fierce negotiations, compromise and legislating on Capitol Hill, traits they say do not come as naturally to their male colleagues in the Senate". Sen Claire McCaskill argued that for all these reasons women can get beyond "team mentality" of Democrats vs. Republicans and work towards a better goal.

If women make government run efficient then, today, Congress should be at its zenith. Over the last 20 years, the movement of women into Congress has reached record numbers. Over this same time period, Congress has become more divided, more extreme and increasingly uncompromising. Clearly, efficiency is not related to gender.

Sen. Maria Cantwell, Washington, says that women "leave their ego at the door" and are "more natural consensus builders." She said because of those traits women should be elected into more positions in Congress.

These female Senators certainly didn't leave their egos at the door for this ABCNews report. And Cantwell demands women be elected simply because of their gender. Got female chauvinism?  Advocating sexism is exactly why anti feminism is on the rise.

Sen. Barbara Boxer, California, said that women are still "underrepresented" in the Senate. ""I think that until we get to 50, we still have to fight because it's still a problem,"

If Boxer is truly interested in 50% representation then why has she been so resistant to the idea of having 50% child support payers be women? Across America, a meager 13% of child support payers are female despite the fact 30% of wives make more than their husbands. Yet this sexist Senator loathes the idea of 50% female child support payers. In fact, she is loathe to the idea of any woman paying child support.

Sen. Patty Murray, Washington stated "I think the thing is, is that every man wakes up in the morning and looks in the mirror and says, 'I could be president.' I think every woman looks in the mirror and says, 'What can I get done for my country today?'

What arrogant hypocrisy! All these female chauvinist pigs ( more commonly called feminist) have been doing over the last decade is screaming for a white female president. Murray has been screaming the loudest. 

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, New York, said that if Washington is ever going to be fixed she believes "it's women who are going to lead the way." This is such a pompous and bigoted statement. Its no different than saying "its whites who are going to lead the way'. Gillibrand represents the classic 'white female burden' mentality of feminism.

Many female senators hold traditional feminist views of women's supremacy. They see their male constitutes as inferior and irrelevant. It is these politicians' arrogant, sexist mentality that is helping fuel America's anti feminist movement.

January 16, 2013

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that 94% of educators K-12 and below are women, 66% of all public sector employees are women, 96% of all healthcare personnel are women, 88% of all psychologists, mental health workers and marriage counselors are women.

Name the 3 most corrupt and dysfunctional job sectors in the USA - Education, Healthcare and Government.

Co-incidence? I think not.